- 22 Mar 2015
as the Title says! What are some of the busiest Stations apart from Glasgow and Edin?
How do you define "busiest"?
AH Sorry! Yes i mean Movements Within ScotlandHow do you define "busiest"?
As this thread is in this forum I'm guessing you're after total train movements, or perhaps total passenger train movements?
Also how do you define "Scotrail stations"?
Do you mean Scotrail managed stations (ie, not Dunbar, Glasgow Central, Edinburgh Waverley, Carlisle) or Scotrail served stations? (ie, including the above)
I'll also edit the thread title to comply with this Forum Rule...
- If posting a thread requesting a list of examples of a specific, or combination of characteristics, you should start the thread title with "Trivia:".
No idea; I was just going by the so-called "definitive source of customer information " http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/DUN/details.html "Managed by Virgin Trains East Coast"Dunbar is SR-managed now isn't it? There are footnotes for example in VTEC's charter saying it was to be transferred by the end of June.
Dunbar is SR-managed now isn't it? There are footnotes for example in VTEC's charter saying it was to be transferred by the end of June.
No idea; I was just going by the so-called "definitive source of customer information " http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/DUN/details.html "Managed by Virgin Trains East Coast"
2013-14 data from the ORR
Sorry about the formatting! Have only shown those over 1 million
Station Name 1314 Entries & Exits
Glasgow Central 27,152,622
Glasgow Queen Street 15,760,504
Paisley Gilmour Street 3,954,518
Charing Cross (Glasgow) 1,888,745
Exhib. Centre Glasgow 1,375,492
Argyle Street 1,369,928
East Kilbride 1,079,531
Mount Florida 1,071,688
Livingston North 1,030,588
The OP had said:Confirms my suspicion that the answer was Glasgow Queen St.
Personally I count Queen Street as Glasgow. Even Haymarket (my suggestion above) is a bit questionable.